Earlier this week, it was revealed that Amazon Prime had picked up the long-awaited sequel to 2006’s Borat, for a late October release. We had heard rumors of it prior, but this was the first concrete announcement that was made. And now, Amazon has already made the first trailer available.
The trailer finds Sacha Baron Cohen as Borat, 14 years after the first film, finding it increasingly harder to blend in without being recognized. So he then begins donning all sorts of disguises, all while spending time with his daughter and trying to fight off COVID-19 with a frying pan. It looks like it will definitely have the same trademark absurd qualities that made the first film a smash hit. And being the first film made during the pandemic, the fact that it came together the way that it did is pretty astounding.
Borat Subsequent Moviefilm: Delivery of Prodigious Bribe to American Regime for Make Benefit Once Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan (now under a new title) hits the streaming service on October 23rd.